Tim A. Shaaban, A.E.
Tim Shaaban, is an architectural engineer and developer who has spearheaded various high-profile construction projects in both Washington D.C. and Philadelphia.
Tim’s innovative design often embraces the historic value of Philadelphia properties while engaging a graceful developmental flow to both residential and commercial space.
Tim has often been selected as the architect of choice to prestigious developments including the 1997 rehabilitation of Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station, the design of the patient drop-off plaza at Philadelphia’s Wills Eye Hospital, the design and construction of Washington D.C.’s Farragut Center, the complete renovation of 1310 L Street (the 12 story former Secret Service office building in Washington D.C.) & the redevelopment of Philadelphia’s historic Jeweler’s Building.
In addition, Tim has been involved in numerous mixed use, residential, and hospitality developments throughout the North East region of the United States.
In 2012, Tim founded Astoban Investments, a real estate investment firm, geared towards the acquisition of over 45,000-65,000 sq.ft annually and up to about 150,000 sq.ft of lease-able commercial space in the Philadelphia market. Thus far the fund has raised over $52,500,000 in Private Equity, and has established holdings valued at over $112 Million Dollars.
Tim holds a Bachelors Degree in Architectural Engineering from The Pennsylvania State University. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects, the American Society of Architectural Engineers and the American Society of Civil Engineers. Tim is a Philadelphia PA native.